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Jamal Crawford is making progress and is shooting Tuesday, but he will not be a full participant in today's practice.

Coach Rivers said just yesterday that it looked like he would miss the rest of the regular season but him shooting today gives fantasy owners hope. J.J. Redick and Darren Collison will get the extra minutes at shooting guard with Crawford out. I would consider him questionable for the game Wednesday against the Thunder. Crawford is averaging 18.6 points per game this season.ANALYST: Drew Phelps

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